Creating Resources for the
Flipped Classroom
Charlie Love
@charlie_love
http://charlielove.org
“Increasing the amount of feedback in order to have a
positive effect on student achievement requires a
change in the conc...
Traditional Classroom

Flipped Classroom
Why flip your classroom?
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•
•
•
•

Speaks language of learners
Helps busy learners
Helps struggling learners
Pause and re...
Before the Flip
After the Flip
736
52%
19%

Failed English

for 165
students

44%

249

13%

for 140
students

Failed Math...
Where to start?

Arrangements

Learning Intentions
Develop the lesson
• Learning Intentions to ….script.
• Focus on content and clear
explanation
• Think about contexts that...
Building your Video
• Record your script
– Pace / Take your time!
– Clarity
– You can always edit!
– Your audio will direc...
Building your Video
• Animation to audio track
• Stop-motion videos
– 12 frames per second / HD
720p

• Change to animate
...
Your video, your way

Make videos with another teacher!

Add callouts, Annotations
PowerPoint
Screencast-o-matic
SMART Not...
Video is the easy bit!

You watched the video last night?

Who needs some help?

Formative Assessment
What do I do with all this time?
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•
•
•

Group activities
Think-Pair-Share
Peer-support
Paired
programming/coding
• Jigsa...
Class Activities

+ Formative Projects to test understanding
in separate IDE
Where do you put your stuff?
• Share online / Glow?
Subtitles (from script)
Interaction about video
Transcoding for stream...
Mastery Learning
• Don’t move on until you get it!
• Clear learning objective (you have them already!)
• Teacher needs to ...
Challenges

Learner Resistance
Concerned Parent

You need to be a Content Master
Building multiple formative assessments

...
Resources
• My flipped course: http://glo.li/n4n5course
• Flip Your Classroom: Reach Every
Student in Every Class Every Da...
Questions
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  1. 1. Creating Resources for the Flipped Classroom Charlie Love @charlie_love http://charlielove.org
  2. 2. “Increasing the amount of feedback in order to have a positive effect on student achievement requires a change in the conception of what it means to be a teacher; it is the feedback to the teacher about what students can and cannot do that is more powerful than feedback to the student” John Hattie in Visible Learning *Source: Visible Learning: A Synthesis of Over 800 Meta-Analyses Relating to Achievement, John Hattie (2008)
  3. 3. Traditional Classroom Flipped Classroom
  4. 4. Why flip your classroom? • • • • • Speaks language of learners Helps busy learners Helps struggling learners Pause and rewind the teacher Increasing interaction (learner/teacher, learner/learner) • Real differentiation …and much more
  5. 5. Before the Flip After the Flip 736 52% 19% Failed English for 165 students 44% 249 13% for 140 students Failed Mathematics Discipline Cases Source: Clintondale High School, Detroit , http://www.flippedhighschool.com/
  6. 6. Where to start? Arrangements Learning Intentions
  7. 7. Develop the lesson • Learning Intentions to ….script. • Focus on content and clear explanation • Think about contexts that have meaning for learners • Rule of thumb: 1 page A4 12pt = 3 minutes. • Plan videos to be from 3 minutes to a max of 10 minutes.
  8. 8. Building your Video • Record your script – Pace / Take your time! – Clarity – You can always edit! – Your audio will direct your video http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
  9. 9. Building your Video • Animation to audio track • Stop-motion videos – 12 frames per second / HD 720p • Change to animate digitally (speed) • Production values!
  10. 10. Your video, your way Make videos with another teacher! Add callouts, Annotations PowerPoint Screencast-o-matic SMART Notebook ScreenChomp – iPad app CamStudioStudio Keynote Camtasia Zooms/Pans OpenSource
  11. 11. Video is the easy bit! You watched the video last night? Who needs some help? Formative Assessment
  12. 12. What do I do with all this time? • • • • Group activities Think-Pair-Share Peer-support Paired programming/coding • Jigsaw puzzle programming • Team based learning • • • • • • Research tasks Creative Computing Extended projects Games Peer assessment Mastery Learning – Personalisation – Differentiation
  13. 13. Class Activities + Formative Projects to test understanding in separate IDE
  14. 14. Where do you put your stuff? • Share online / Glow? Subtitles (from script) Interaction about video Transcoding for streaming – all devices Make playlist for course • Use the cloud to share your content • Encourage learners to embrace the cloud to collaborate Realtime collaboration Sharing online / digital hand-in Online feedback
  15. 15. Mastery Learning • Don’t move on until you get it! • Clear learning objective (you have them already!) • Teacher needs to let go of control • Learner takes ownership of learning • Personalise and differentiate the class • Remediation / Support • Shows learners the value of really learning • Close the Gap/Raise the ceiling
  16. 16. Challenges Learner Resistance Concerned Parent You need to be a Content Master Building multiple formative assessments Summative Assessment
  17. 17. Resources • My flipped course: http://glo.li/n4n5course • Flip Your Classroom: Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day by J. Bergmann & A. Sams • Flipping 2.0: Practical Strategies for Flipping Class by J. Bretzmann •
  18. 18. Questions

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